Fuller Brush Special Items & Hints
Household Dust - Dangers &
HINT: Household dust isn't
just innocent dirt. It usually contains some combination of mold,
pollen, dust mites, dander, dead skin cells, particles of toxins and
pollution and even germs. Many of these particles can cause
allergies and diseases.
When you sweep and dust without
taking proper precautions, these unhealthy particles actually become
more dangerous, floating into the air and into nasal passages and lungs
before floating back onto other surfaces in your home. Follow
these guidelines for your own health and comfort, and for children or
other family members' well-being:
For damp or sticky floors such as
those in the kitchen, bathroom or patio, sweep with a smooth motion,
dragging the broom across the floor. Vigorous sweeping may
feel good but doesn't make for a clean house or clean air.
For dry floors, use a
dust mop with Duster Spray, pictured above. Duster Spray is a
dust magnet; it picks up and holds the dirt. From time to
time, take the mop outside, close the door so the dust won't drift
back inside and shake thoroughly while holding your breath.
Use Duster Spray on
as well. When you dust without Duster Spray, some stays on the
cloth but even more floats into the air. Take the dust
cloth outside occasionally and shake vigorously to remove excess
Dust accumulates in cracks,
behind furniture and in other hard-to-reach places, drifting out
with stray breezes or vibrations to contaminate other surfaces in
your home. Use the Original Polishing Duster to get into all
those tight spaces and REALLY clean. You'll be shocked at what
you find hiding in cracks and behind your furniture!
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